Phillips Park is a small subdivision. The one street cul-de-sac subdivision is quaint and has two ponds, an oyster-cooking area, and picnic tables. The subdivision is located off of Rifle Range Road close to Ben Sawyer Boulevard. Sea Town Homes, a local builder, constructed the homes which range in size from 2,632 to 2757 sqft. Home features include 10 ft ceilings, wireless Internet, central vacuum systems, coffered living room ceilings, hardwood floors, surround sound, custom cabinets, travertine floors in master bathroom and Viking stainless steel appliances.The townhomes are 2632 square ft and reside at the front of the subdivision. They feature four bedrooms, 3½ baths and the master bedroom is on the first floor. Features of each town home include: granite kitchen countertops, Viking range, claw-foot tub in the master bathroom, gas fireplace, pre-wiring for a flat-screen television, marble countertops in bathrooms, attached garage and surround sound. These homes offer a great location, as you are 5 minutes to Sullivans Island and 10 minutes to the historic district in Charleston.
Coming out of NEW PARRISH VILLAGE and we’re turning on to Rifle Range Road and this will point us back toward, honestly back toward Old Mt. Pleasant. But before we get back to Coleman Blvd we’re going to hop into PHILLIPS PARK. PHILLIPS PARK is a community that was built in the mid 2000’s, They started with these two buildings right here that have three units each in them. These were town homes so you have these town homes that are really finished well. They have Viking and subzero appliances. They were built and then everything stopped. The economy fell apart. I think they built like one house in, like 2006 back here and then went through bankruptcy. Came out of bankruptcy and them a small Mom and Pop builder bought this track of land and developed these houses. I have some clients that live back here that are retired and from Washington DC and they have really enjoyed being here. They go to the gym that I go to in downtown Charleston and he says he can be in downtown Charleston in about 6 or 7 minutes, depending on traffic on Coleman Blvd. So there are 17 houses back here, 17 single family houses and you’re in a good school district. There are some kids back here but at least from the clients of mine that live back here now, they tell me it’s a little bit of an older crowd that lives back in PHILLIPS PARK.
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